NAME¶SSL_SESSION_get0_hostname, SSL_SESSION_set1_hostname, SSL_SESSION_get0_alpn_selected, SSL_SESSION_set1_alpn_selected - get and set SNI and ALPN data associated with a session
#include <openssl/ssl.h> const char *SSL_SESSION_get0_hostname(const SSL_SESSION *s); int SSL_SESSION_set1_hostname(SSL_SESSION *s, const char *hostname); void SSL_SESSION_get0_alpn_selected(const SSL_SESSION *s, const unsigned char **alpn, size_t *len); int SSL_SESSION_set1_alpn_selected(SSL_SESSION *s, const unsigned char *alpn, size_t len);
DESCRIPTION¶SSL_SESSION_get0_hostname() retrieves the SNI value that was sent by the client when the session was created, or NULL if no value was sent.
The value returned is a pointer to memory maintained within s and should not be free'd.
SSL_SESSION_set1_hostname() sets the SNI value for the hostname to a copy of the string provided in hostname.
SSL_SESSION_get0_alpn_selected() retrieves the selected ALPN protocol for this session and its associated length in bytes. The returned value of *alpn is a pointer to memory maintained within s and should not be free'd.
SSL_SESSION_set1_alpn_selected() sets the ALPN protocol for this session to the value in alpn which should be of length len bytes. A copy of the input value is made, and the caller retains ownership of the memory pointed to by alpn.
RETURN VALUES¶SSL_SESSION_get0_hostname() returns either a string or NULL based on if there is the SNI value sent by client.
SSL_SESSION_set1_hostname() returns 1 on success or 0 on error.
SSL_SESSION_set1_alpn_selected() returns 1 on success or 0 on error.
SEE ALSO¶ssl(7), d2i_SSL_SESSION(3), SSL_SESSION_get_time(3), SSL_SESSION_free(3)
HISTORY¶The SSL_SESSION_set1_hostname(), SSL_SESSION_get0_alpn_selected() and SSL_SESSION_set1_alpn_selected() functions were added in OpenSSL 1.1.1.
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